LOW COST WILL END LOW LOVE FOR RYANAIR EMPLOYEES
Definitely not like that… Without generating commitment in the employee, without the determination to proactively manage the company’s commitment, the company goes into anemia sooner rather than later… Low cost will put an end to low love for Ryanair employees. Let’s analyze the impact of commitment.
Goodbody Stockbrokers has calculated that only in billing the impact of the lack of personnel in Ryanair will be more than 35 million euros, the effect on flight cancellations affects more than 2% of its customers, 2,000 flights canceled and for the “low cost” treatment to the people who make it up.
Making a “low cost” company with “low everything” is easy. But building a company that generates perceived value for customers at a low cost can only be undertaken by great managers and, therefore, great professionals.
For this, one of the strategic levers in the management and continuous search for excellence is to proactively manage the impact of the worker’s commitment.
AND, THE GOOD NEWS, IS THAT THE IMPACT OF THE COMMITMENT IS BUILT, IN GENERAL, MANAGING A FEW AND VERY EFFECTIVE THINGS:
Striving hard to present a company with a recognizable brand for its quality, prestige, reputation and social commitment. That is, values.
Promoting with determination and firmness a leadership model in the people who lead teams based on challenges, innovation, collaboration, demand, learning and meritocracy.
With teams that make the people who reach them great.
With meaningful, varied tasks that ensure the growth of professionals and for which the employee has optimal resources (technology, processes, spaces, etc.)
But Ryanair has never been a company that has distinguished itself by these four simple points, and also, its communication is not only strident, bordering on tacky, but it deals with issues with little or no transparency and rigor, which deteriorates its image in the same measure that offers to go and return.
Shall we go to Toulouse for 10 euros? With Ryanair, no, because it does not manage the commitment of its workers. He doesn’t deserve it…